Hotel Intramuros de Manila
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... than porcelain.
We had lunch in a beautiful restaurant in Arita. Our next stop was a castle from Dresdan Germany and it looked out of place. Very beautiful.
We were allowed time to shop on the main street of Arita but again in the rain it wasn't great.
We then returned to Nagasaki and stopped at the Peace Park. During world war II the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki made Nagasaki the second and to date the last city in the world ...
... with Filipinos in other parts of the world. Like everything else in life, the best way to really know something is to experience it first hand. We were blessed to be joined by our beloved friend and maid of honour, Glassy, known to the world as Masetjhaba. Ten days was just not enough to catch up on nine months of life. It was a real treat to experience her electrifying energy and gorgeous smile. Thinking back on our time here is like flipping through ...
... could join I was the first to run downstairs and sign up. The ceremony itself basically didn’t have too much going on for passengers; it was in short a gunging with food and a small ceremony, like a trial, accusing us of on board debauchery, it was actually quite fun. At least it was fun for the first 10 minutes, once the beans and custard started drying in my hair it was hardly my most decent hour. All in all I’m glad I got involved, as with most things on the ship I ...
... at the Shangrila restaurant
Karlo and Madz Santos
Delfino and Siony Lorenzo
Benny and Gloria Lorenzo
Rey and Cynthia Evasaco
Bond and Grace Remo
Abraham and Gracielle Lorenzo
... the sights we were more than happy to make the most of our hotel. Dinner was served with as much spectacle as the uniforms. Room service came on a special table designed to fold up to fit through the door before offering guests in room dining on a set white linen table. The restaurants were equally amazing with their crystal leaved trees, grand piano and more waitstaff than ...
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